Apple CEO Tim Cook and a team of Apple executives will kick off the company’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) with a keynote address today, June 2nd, at 10am PDT/ 1pm EDT.

Apple today will stream the company’s WWDC Keynote live via Safari browser and Apple TV. Live streaming video requires Safari 4 or later on OS X v10.6 or later; Safari on iOS 4.2 or later. Streaming via Apple TV requires second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 5.0.2 or later. Streaming via Apple TV requires second- or third-generation Apple TV with software 5.0.2 or later. The big event starts today at 10am PDT / 1pm EDT here: http://www.apple.com/apple-events/june-2014/. Open it in one browser window and this page in another to comment on the proceedings in real-time.

While Apple will announce new hardware on Monday, the focus will be on software – specifically iOS 8 and the next version of Mac OS X.hereThe Loop’s Jim Dalrymple, June 1st, 2014

The Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) gives developers an in-depth look at the latest in iOS and OS X. Developers can learn from and be inspired by more than 100 sessions led by Apple engineers, get help from Apple experts through an extensive set of hands-on labs, and connect with fellow developers from around the world, giving them the opportunity to create their very best apps.

MacDailyNews will offer live notes during Apple’s keynote on this page. We’ll see you back here just before 10am PDT/ 1pm EDT.

Live notes from Apple CEO Tim Cook’s WWDC 2014 keynote address in reverse chronological order:

• End of WWDC 2014 Keynote address.

• Cook: I hope everyoine has a huge conference. Enjoy the week!
• Cook asks Apple employees to stand up for thanks (audience applauds)
• Cook: We want to create a seamless experience for our users than is unparalleled in the industry.
• Cook: with iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite, iOS and OS X devices work together in harmony
• Cook recaps announcements.
• Cook retakes stage

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• iOS 8 beat available to devs today; Public release “in the fall.”
• Swift gives devs access to all of Cocoa and Cocoa Touch
• Swift code-writing demo…
• Swift kills large classes of common mistakes (goto, etc.)
• Swift: Closures, generics, multiple return types, namespaces, etc. (big applause)
• New programming language: Swift. Fast, modern, safe, interactive. It’s Objective-C without the C.
• Xcode. The toolset for building all Mac and iOS apps. Objective-C was the language for 20 years.

• SceneKit enhanced for casual games
• SpriteKit enhanced in iOS 8. Makes casual games more fun with Light sources, field forces, and more

• Metal is a stunning breakthrough. Coming with iOS 8.
• Metal demo. Tim Sweeney, founder of Epic Games…
• Metal examples: EA’s Plants vs. Zombies demo. 1.3 million triangles ont he screen at a time. Console level comes to mobile
• Metal: Replaces OpenGL. Up to 10X faster. Lets devs access the GPU most effectively and efficiently
• CloudKit: Free to devs (with limits). It’s for server-side work.
• HomeKit API: Common network protocol – secure pairing, control individual devices, works with Siri – control with voice
• Camera APIs now available to devs
• Touch ID API: Third-party developers now have access to Touch ID
• iOS 8 allows for third-party, system-wide Keyboards
• Users download app, and that app can contain a Widget for Notification Center (ESPN, for example)
• Third party apps can now provide Widgets that go inside Notification Center
• Extensibility: Interoperability between apps. Extensions live inside app’s sandbox. Other apps can talk to those extensions
• Federighi back on stage: Over 4,000 new APIs in iOS 8 SDK

• iOS 8 SDK – the biggest release since the launch of the App Store
• TestFlight: Deves invite users to beta test apps for free in TestFlight
• App previews: Deves can make short videos of features
• App bundles: Users can buy multiple apps at discounted price with one tap
• Editors’ Choice apps now tagged with logo
• Continuous scrolling in search lists
• Trending Searches
• App Store gets “Explore” tab to help users find apps
• 75 billion apps downloaded
• 1.2 million iOS apps now in App Store
• Tim Cook retakes stage: iOS for Developers

• China: vector-based maps, turn-by-turn nav and more coming for China in iOS 8
• Siri: “Hey, Siri” activates Siri – no touch needed.
• New iCloud prices: 5GB free, 20GB $0.99/mo., 200GB 3.99/mo.
• New built-from-the-ground up Photos for the Mac (coming next year for OS X Yosemite, sneak preview today). Built with iCloud in mind

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• Demo of Photos for iOS 8…
• Photos app also brings new editing features
• Photos gives you beefed up search (search for location, time, album names)
• Every photo you take available on all of your devices – your device has access to more photos in iCloud than you can store locally

• If kid tries to buy something, they get a message to ask parents, parents get message to approve or not
• Family sharing: Share the purchase of all members of your family (up to six family members on same credit card)
• Family sharing: Decide what to share among families (photos, calendars, shared reminder lists, Find my Friends, etc.)

• Patients data can be shared with their doctors
• Mayo Clinic: HealthKit is revolutionary
• Apple’s new Health app lets you monitor all of your health device data in one place
• HealthKit framework for developers
• Developers have ceated a vast variety of health-related devices, but their data all lives in silos
• Federighi: Health

• Federighi covers iOS enterprise features
• iOS Device Enrollment Program: You get you iPad in its shrink-wrapped box and when you open it up, it will automatically be set up for you enterprise
• Enterprise: iOS is a huge hit in enterprise. 98% of Fortune 500 uses iOS
• iCloud Drive: Lets you work across applications

• AAPL: $628.23 Down 4.77 (0.75%) @ 2:05PM EDT

• Federighi haircut joke involving a hedge trimmer
• All attachments from Messages thread easily accessible
• Tap to talk in Messages: Hold finger on mic button and talk to send an audio or video message
• iOS 8 Messages: You can name threads, add and remove people from group chats, leave threads, do not disturb, share your location (see people on map)
• iOS 8 delivers Continuity to iOS devices
• iOS 8’s QuickType: Predictive typing suggestions- you get suggestions for the next work you might want, just tap it. Much faster and it’s personalized – it learns from you – it is done locally for privacy – no keystrokes leave the device
• iOS 8 Keyboard: QuickType.
• You can search for news, restaurants, maps, movies, etc.
• Spotlight in iOS 8 now searches the same way as in OS X Yosemite

• During demo, Federighi shows photo of Jony Ive with his hair (Hair Force One)
• Federighi demos…
• Swipe a message you are composing down to access the rest of your Mail at any time
• Double tap Home Button now shows the people with whom you interact most
• Refined Notification Center. Added Interactive Notifications – reply to messages right in Notification Center, Calendar events, etc.
• Cook brings Craig Federighi back to stage to talk iOS 8

• Cook: iOS 8 is a giant release
• Cook: Today we’re announcing iOS 8
• Cook: We make our updates available to as many users as possible
• Cook: Android dominates the mobile malware market with 99% share
• iOS install base: iOS 7 is at 89% (vs. Fragmandroid: only 9% running latest fragmandroid version; 1/3rd running a four-year old fragmandroid OS version)
• Customer satisfaction with iOS 7 is 97% (ChangeWave). Unprecedented.

• Many of these customers were switchers from Android (“They had bought an Android phone by mistake and they sought a better experience and a better life.”- Cook)
• Over 130 million iOS customers are new to Apple (first Apple device)
• iPod touch over 100m, iPad over 200m units, iPhone over 500m units
• Cook retakes stage: Apple has sold over 800 million iOS devices

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